Community Engagement Forums
Make your voice heard
We are currently looking for new members and would welcome registrations from a diverse range of backgrounds so that it can be truly representative of local communities.
Our forums provide an opportunity for patients, family members, carers, members of the public, health professionals, FT members, representatives of local organisations and other users of our Trust to get involved and influence our services. Interested? Then read on.
We are committed to involving patients and local people in the services we provide. One way in which we do this is via our forums. We have a Community Engagement Forum (formerly known as Patient Forum) in each county we serve (Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire).
We would like to encourage people from a variety of backgrounds, ages and levels of experience to join our Community Engagement Forums so that it can be truly representative of our local communities. If this is a role that you think you could assist us with we would love to hear from you.
Scope: These forums provide a stronger link between the trust and their members and also improve communication by keeping the local people informed of any changes and gathering feedback on existing services. They also present an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues, health professionals, ambulance service users, representative of local organisations and members of the public.
How to get involved:
If you would like further information or an informal chat please contact Monica Moro, MEMS Officer on 01869 365126 or email email@example.com
Also keep an eye on our Events page for dates and venues of spring and autumn forums.
Berkshire Community Engagement Forum
Chair: Colin Godbold, SCAS Berkshire Governor
Vice chair: vacancy
Bucks and MK Community Engagement Forum
Chair: Bob Duggan, SCAS Buckinghamshire Governor
Vice chair: vacant
Hampshire Community Engagement Forum
Chair: Al Tottle, former SCAS Hampshire Governor
Vice chair: Ali Beg
Oxfordshire Community Engagement Forum
Chair (interim): Ludlow Johnson, SCAS Equality and Diversity Manager
Vice chair: vacant